Malik Tillman has opened up on the Rangers vs Celtic rivalry, stating there is a lot of "tension".

The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Ibrox from Bayern Munich, scoring 12 goals and providing five assists across 43 appearances.

And Tillman detailed the "crazy' occasions he played a part in.

"Wow. A lot of tension," he told the Athletic when asked about the derby. 

"Unfortunately, we didn’t win any of them while I was there, but it was a good experience.

"After the first game against Celtic, I remember we weren’t allowed any away fans anymore in the stadium, so it was just the whole stadium against you.

"If you score, nobody is going to cheer. It was crazy… completely different. Here, we have a big rivalry with Feyenoord.

"In Glasgow, it’s more the stuff around other things like religion when the fans fight and go a bit crazy."

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Meanwhile, former Rangers assistant Gary McAllister insists the Ibrox side have "real chance" of lifting the Scottish Premiership.

The Light Blues are currently two points clear at the top of the table after their recent victory over St Johnstone.

And McAllister, who played alongside Philippe Clement at Coventry, has nothing but good things to say about the job the Belgian has done so far.

Speaking to Betway, he said: "I played alongside Philippe Clement at the club. He didn't play many games.

"He came in and got injured fairly early in his career and went back to Belgium. But he's another one who just quietly does his job.

"He's never shouting for the rooftops, and now it's game on. It's so close this year. Naturally you look forward to the game in April and both teams don't look as if they're going to drop points in the games that they should win, but the old firm in a few weeks is going to be massive. 

"That's going to be the deciding fixture and it's always special, but Rangers have given themselves a real chance.

"They brought in a couple of loans, just before the window closes, Cortes and Diamond.

"He's bringing players his strength and playing against teams who are trying to park the bus and try to keep a clean sheet, so he needs people to unlock it."